Yasir's shooting causes a disaster in Dubai, before the end of Tuesday, at 131/2



The foot dog, Yasir Shah, destroyed New Zealand with a better career in the eight wings, as Pakistan scored a victory on the third day of the second test in Dubai on Monday.

The 32-year-old grabbed 8-41 in 12.3 overcharges that angered New Zealand in 90 points to just 35.3 excesses before taking two more wickets like New Zealand – after – was 131-2 near the second round.

Yasir rejected the open Jeet Raval for two, before taking over the New Zealand captain, Kane Williamson, who scored for 30 to finish his third 10th victory in the race.

Tom Latham (44) and Ross Taylor (49) were on the sidelines as New Zealand needed another 197 runs to avoid defeating while Pakistan could flatten the game by taking another eight points with two days to play.

New Zealand won the first test in Abu Dhabi with four runs last week to win a 1-0 lead in the three-game series.

Taylor has hit six limits and six on rebounds while Latham has hit three limits as the two have added 65 for the unbroken third wicket bank to take the fight with Pakistan players.

But the day belonged to Yasir who broke New Zealand in the first ring.

The rain had delayed the start of the third day by one hour, but when the action began, Yasir was a lightweight bowling player in his best ability at a turn of the Dubai stadium.

Yasir dismissed Latham (22), Taylor (zero) and Henry Nicholls (ugly) in his ninth round, triggering a collapse during which New Zealand lost all ten goals for just 40 runs after being well to 50 without losses.

Yasir bowling elements – his 15th five-year fall – hit the previous best of 7-76 against Sri Lanka in Galle in 2015 and also the best against New Zealand.

Intikhab Alam (7-52) held the record for the best bowling of Pakistan against New Zealand, which took place in Dunedin in 1973.

New Zealand, restarting in 27 without losing, lost Raval in an unfortunate way as he tried to reverse Yasir, but the ball diverts from his bat to his thigh and hits the stumps. Raval top with 31.

From 50-1 he became 61-2 when Yasir had Latham caught on a short leg by Imam-ul-Haq from the first ball of his ninth over.

Two balls later pushed experienced Taylor with a beautiful tradition that turned and hit the front push from the batsman.

From his fifth ball, Yasir pushed Nicholls through the gap between the bat and the pillow.

It was Yasir who ran Bradley-John Watling to run shortly after lunch for one before releasing Ish Sodhi, Neil Wagner, Ajaz Patel and Trent Boult – all without scoring nine balls.

Six New Zealand batsmen fell without scoring, making it the fifth time in a test when six batsmen failed to score in a innings.

Williamson remained undefeated at 28, watching the wickets dropped like nine pins at the other end.

With Sodhi Yasir's wicket he also completed 100 wickets in 16 Tests in the United Arab Emirates (Dubai, Sharjah and Abu Dhabi).

The third test will be held in Abu Dhabi on December 3.